The Rise of the Moon
UPDATE: Correction below in red.
George Tanguay was keeping watch over the rise of the full moon last night and captured this beautiful image from near the Lake Park Marina for us. Quite a sight.
Thank you, George!
I hope you all have a restful and enjoyable Sunday. You’ll need it, because there is a special call meeting Wednesday night at Town Hall.
Here is the Public Notice of the Special Call Meeting of May 9, 2012 set for the Town of Lake Park:
TOWN OF LAKE PARK
TO THE CITIZENS OF THE TOWN OF LAKE PARK, FLORIDA
Please be advised that the members of the Lake Park Town Commission will hold a Special Call meeting and as part of this meeting will conduct an Attorney-Client session pursuant to §286.011(8), Florida Statutes, on Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at 6:30 P.M. in the Town Commission Chambers at 535 Park Avenue, Lake Park, Florida.
Following the call to order and discussion of any agenda items the Commission will recess to a private Attorney–Client session. It is expected that the Attorney-Client portion of the Special Call meeting will be attended by: Mayor James DuBois, Vice-Mayor Kendall Rumsey, Commissioners Steven Hockman, Jeanine Longtin and Tim Stevens, Interim Town Manager Jamie Titcomb, Town Attorney, Thomas J. Baird. The purpose of the private Attorney-Client session is to discuss pending mediation concerning a lawsuit pending between the Town of Lake Park Applied Technology Management, Bridge Design Associates, Murphy Construction, Third Party Defendants Current Connections, Drawdy Construction, Florida Floats And Fourth Party Defendant Carter & Sloope at approximately 6:30 P.M., or as soon thereafter as possible. The private Attorney-Client Session is anticipated to last one hour. Also, be advised that at the conclusion of this private Attorney-Client Session, the Commission will re-convene its Special Call meeting in the Commission chambers and take up any remaining business on its agenda.
Posted: May 3, 2012
(The “remaining business” seems to be about amending the Town code regarding the number of votes needed to hire and fire the Town Manager. Why are we dealing with this through a special meeting? Anyone?
And is it just me, or does our town seem to be involved in a lot of lawsuits?